Update: Liberals Call for Singer to be KILLED for Wearing “Make America Great Again” Dress at the Grammy’s!

Singer/songwriter Joy Villa has lived in cities all across our nation and our planet and she has always done her best to bring joy to the people around her.

Tonight, at the Grammy’s she may have just done that in a much larger way than she ever imagined she could. Attending an event that most conservatives had written off because of its liberal bias and constantly belittling tone, Villa arrived at the Grammy’s ready to shake things up.

And she did just that in a one of a kind, “Make America Great Again” dress.

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I won’t waste any ink telling you what the liberal haters began saying the moment that Villa appeared on the red carpet, but it wasn’t anything nice. You can see all the hate she’s been getting by checking out her social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook. Hopefully, Villa can find a safe place from all the hate here with like-minded conservatives.

So who is Joy Villa?

From her website:

“Kinky, unexpected, vibrant, spiritual, and bold, Joy Villa is a true entertainer.”

Who is Joy? True to the lyrics of her song “Vagabonds”, Joy Villa is a singer songwriter who’s never slowing down. Having lived in Hollywood, Seattle, Las Vegas, and now residing in NYC, touring extensively since 2012 to Asia, Australia the US and Europe. 
Joy’s favorite genre has always been rock and roll, and she considers herself lucky to be a female that looks different than the normal “Rockstar”.  A classic renaissance woman, she also paints, models, acts, dances, composes poetry, and writes screenplays and books. 
Joy grew up with an Italian father and an African American mother, blending two cultures to create a perfect mix. This “mixed life” outpours in her musical influences, listening to everything from Frank Sinatra to Diana Ross, to Blondie and Nirvana as a child. 
Joy is a natural music and theater performer, discovering her knack for the stage at the age of 5, in her first theater musical. Joy loves writing songs and has collaborated on numerous projects around the world with producers and other artists.Joy blends alternative rock, electro pop, and a dash of hip hop into finely written tunes that aim to motivate, inspire, and get the juices flowing n her fans. Kinky, unexpected, vibrant, spiritual, and bold, Joy Villa is a true entertainer, and feels blessed to be giving her many global fans “The Joy Villa Experience”.
Here’s her song “Vagabonds”:

Make sure you go to iTunes, or Amazon music and give a little love for Joy Villa. Thanks Joy for making the Grammy’s just a little bit more enjoyable this year!



Sadly, the typical liberal hate has been ratcheted up to previously unseen levels of idiocy.

From the Gateway Pundit:

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